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Page 12 Wednesday, May 30, 2012 The Adams County Record Council High School Awa:rds Awarded by Jayne Heath-Wilmarth Calculus: Luke Pate and lamie Berks Pre-Calculus: Hannah Linford Algebra II: Maecy Henning Geometry: Maecy Henning H.S.P.E. Presidential Fitness Award: Corbin Hedges & Willie Malone Jr. High P.E. Presidential Fitness Award: JT Mahon Introductory Plant and Animal Science: Luke Pate Welding: Dallas Smith Health: Sareya Harvey 8th FCS: Clay Allred Food Science: Kelli O'Connor Culinary Arts: Isaac Cole Foods of the World: Kim Hornisberger Awarded by Fran Ogden Health: Lauren DeHaas Economics: Luke Pate Beginning Textiles: Casey DeHaas & Bronson Hammer Advanced Textiles: lamie Berks and Macey Henning Academic Excellence in each grade 7th: Sareya Harvey 8th: Clay Allred 9th: Caitlan Hill 10th: Maecy Henning 11th: Hannah Linford 12th: ]amie Berks and Luke Pate Awarded by Dawn Holmes 7th Grade Life Science: Sareya Harvey 8th Grade Earth Science: Clay Allred Biology: Maecy Henning Floral Design: Megan Perkins Awards from Bryon ]oyce for Social Studies/US History/Spanish department based on GPA in class: Spanish I: Hannah Linford Spanish II: Lauren DeHaas 7th Grade Soc. Studies: Sareya Harvey and Chloe Bryson 8th Grade Soc. Studies: Clay Allred 9th Grade World Humanities: Katie McCall 10th Grade US History I: Aaron Mc]unkin 11th Grade US History II: Hannah Linford Awards from Anita DuBose for music Top Musician for HS Band: Kevin Ward Top Musician for HS Choir: Hannah Linford Top Musician for IH Band: Adam Cameron CHS Boy of the year: Lucas Pate CHS Girl of the Year: Hannah Linford Community Service volunteer of the year: Abigail Roundtree Pastor's Corner Sc f Control by Les Sheneberger I once attended a newer church in Chicago to observe how it functioned. Almost everyone there was in their 20's or 30's. There were very few children or older adults. I wondered how that would work out over time. Who would teach the younger generation what to do? One of the benefits of living in a small town is spending time with people from various generations. The older generation has much to teach the younger about faith, community and service. As I read through Scripture with my son, I came across a passage from Titus that speaks to what each generation is to model and learn. Pay special attention to the category in which you fit: "Teach older men to be temperate, worthy of respect, self-controlled, Now Open 7 Days a.week ! ! :00am - 9pm Family Dining for Lunch & Dinner TulILounge 208-347-4141 Hwy 95 - 2.5 miles North of New Meadows at MeadowCreek Golf Resort ASHLEY SUMMERS Missing since: 07/09/2007 and sound in faith, love and in endurance. Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. Then they can urge the younger women to 10re their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the Word of God. Similarly, encourage the young men to be self- controlled. In everything set them an example by doing what is good. In your teaching show integrity, seriousness and soundness of speech that cannot be condemned, so that those who oppose you may be ashamed because they have nothing bad to say about us" (Titus 2:2-8) A common thread that runs through this passage is being self-controlled. This is one of the fruits Of the Spirit, meaning we rely on the Holy Spirit of Christ living in us in order to practice it. It applies to so many areas of life: finances, romantic relationships, disciplining children, eating and drinking, physical training, etc. Our culture already gives us so many so-called "role models" whose lives are full of drama and out Of control. Let us practice what we preach and learn from mY*"* those whose lives are 11,8001LOOKOUTl/800156615688 [ under the control of the Now THAT is a big Giant George, a 6-year-old Great Dane from Arizona, is the "Guinness Book of World Records" holder of the titles .TaUest Living DOg" and "Tallest Dog Ever." At 245 pounds and stand- ing 43 inches tall {7 feet from nose to tail}, George certainly is statuesque. He sleeps on a queen-size bed himself, and consumes over 100 pounds of food a month. dog!